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for your grumpiness. >> i am not grumpy. >> read the prompter. >> it says rob. can you read, rob! >> the time of year for creative, wacky holiday family portraits. this one is our "favorite story of the day." >> that's right this year, the japanese offer a high tech alternative to the glossy prints. 3d figurines of the fan. >> reporter: consider this a modern take on ken and barbie. this woman flew in from hong kong to claim her minime. her boyfriend paul dressed to impress. >> a strange experience to see yourself kind of on a screen. you can't really hide anything. >> reporter: it is japan's high-tech answer to 2 d photos. scanners not cameras are preferred gadgets. snapshots don't take seconds but 15 minutes. this scanner here gathers all the information for one of the figurines. this camera here captures the body's shape. this one captures the texture. and i am going to put it up against it here, and you can see on the computer screen just how detailed it is. every wrinkle is brought back to life. this is you in the back? the creator says 3d scanning itself isn't new. in the l
. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning. i'm paula faris. >> and i'm rob nelson. in a moment, what that one-time insider from syria's chemical weapons program is saying now. if you weren't nervous about the situation before, after listening to this guy, plenty of reason for the world to be nervous what's going on inside syria. but also this half hour, the ultimate sacrifice. the member of the navy s.e.a.l. team 6 killed while freeing an american doctor from the taliban has been identified. we'll find out more about this fallen hero. >>> tom hanks is standing up for heroes. how the hollywood star is helping an army staff sergeant who just returned from afghanistan. >> very cool story. it was a prank in the best sense of the word. >>> and later, beyonce scores a $50 million deal. a sweet payday from a soft drink company. all the details coming up. >> keep reading. >> coming up in the -- whew, in "the skinny." we'll share some good beyonce news this morning. >> i don't think she's really worried. >> she's doing her thing. >>> but first, some very telling words from
and toasty and warm inside today. >> you are. >> let's get to meteorologist rob marciano, tracking it all, at the cnn weather center in atlanta. >> good morning, soledad. what happen yesterday, you will get a feel what's happening today. the totals won't be the same today. a foot and a half middleton, wisconsin. dubuque, iowa, a foot or more with blowing or drifting snow. and that caused some travel problems yesterday. 67-mile-an-hour wind gusts at the st. louis airport. right now, de-icing there because of the cold. other air traffic delays, ground traffic stops and laguardia, two-hour delays, and three-hour delays already at newark. those are just going to continue to pile up. bag storm, a lot of snow behind us. michigan, parts of indiana, blowing, drifting snow, wind gusts on the shores much lake michigan over 0 mil50 miles an . imagine the waves. all rain from trendon up through bridgeport. some heavy at times. sleet mixing in and snow across parts of the canadian border, winds across a large swath. wind gusting to 50 miles per hour, enough to do some damage. snow totals expected in t
of power. i'll stop there. >> rob, do you want to kick that went off? >> i have a couple thoughts. this is also connected to another slippery ice pick to the argument. if on the one hand -- if on the one hand people -- islamists it will people of faith, everyone on the other side are liberals. i don't believe i ever use that term in anything i say. the opposite of islamists is not islamists. there's a huge spectrum of people who will run into the streets because they are like the kia network, not at what their life is going to be like under islamists will. they go from radical communists on one hand to western oriented liberals on the other. and indeed, many people of faith, millions of people of faith. five times a day, praying the psalms as opposed to many people who are the ham and cheese eating muslims. they are all fair. i see the natural audience is. it's everyone has a posted a totalitarian agenda of the muslim brotherhood. and due to your. this is where the friendly debate between my partner and i disagree, but a truly free and fair elections where there's a level playing
of our panelists today. we will start with reuel marc gerecht and do to rob and bryan from there have q & a from myself and the audience. the panelists will be allowed two minutes at the tend restate their case and potentially persuade you to believing what they believe. so we'll start with reuel marc gerecht. reuel marc gerecht you may begin. >> [inaudible] i want to thank everybody for coming, and particularly i want to thank my co-panelists here rob and i have been debating this issue for almost a decade. certainly i can say that i don't think i disagreed with him except on this issue. and i particularly have to thank my debating colleague brian katulis from the center of american progress, if does show the left and right can come together on certain issues. and it's particularly brave for him to be with me. on occasion i have looked at the website at sometimes found there depicted as the son of satan. [laughter] i'm not sure what that makes bryan. but i will just say let's just be frank what we're really talking about here is do you dictatorship to democracy? that's what the resolut
that they are robbing future generations, my kids, my grandkids, their kids, their grandkids of their prosperity. everyone says that they paid into social security all these years. you paid a tax. go look at the facts. the supreme court said that social security withholding are a tax. you are not entitled to money from the government based on that. yet people say that this is my money, i paid into it all of these years. what you're doing is contributing to the debt for more than military spending and you are robbing my kids, my grandkids, your kids, your grandkids, your great brand kids, great great grandkids, of future earnings. that is a fact. so many people think they are entitled to a handout from the government. i tell you, i have worked all my life and right now i am making far less money than i used to and i did not make a whole lot now. i hear people saying that i do not pay enough in taxes. i should be able to retire at 65, but that is not going to happen. why? the money that everyone is taking now is not going to be there for meet. i have lost that money paying into social security. i
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with no discernible signs of progress. rob and paula? >> thanks, tahman. >>> once the numbers are all tallied, they're going to show that the 2012 presidential election was the most expensive in history. campaign finance statements put the total cost at well above $2 billion. virtually split down the middle between president obama and mitt romney. that includes nearly $86 million raised by romney during the election's final weeks. >>> and someone who has apparently run his last senate campaign is conservative republican jim demint. he announced yesterday he is leaving the senate on january 1st in order to leave a conse e conservative thinktank. whoever is chosen to lead the south carolina governor, a special election in 2014 to finish out his term. >>> a new twist in the very bizarre case of software pioneer john mcafee. the former fugitive is waking up in a detention cell in guatemala this morning, one day after being hospitalized. mcafee told abc news he suffered chest pains and then passed out. doctors don't believe he actually had a heart attack. mcafee spent three weeks running from police in
. >> they were comfortable, yes. >> what inspired rob cox two, six months before, go off to europe? >> well, this is one of the questions that fascinate me when i started researching the book. he was an idealistic young man. i knew that. he went to a school that, a christian school, and he was somewhat religious and felt that life was meant to be at more than just yourself, and to have meaning and be helpful to others, that kind of thing. there were a few less noble motivations i think. he was graduated from college. he had no other obvious plan, and yet what we would now call a low draft number. he knew that it was a good chance you'll be drafted drafted into the american army, which had resumed the draft in come at the end of 1940. but had no clear plans to actually go to war, and he wasn't too excited i don't think about spending the next couple of years training for military. so he was casting around for something, and i think this fulfill a lot of meaningful, fulfilled a lot of meaningful goals for him. >> how did he get from harvard to england? i mean, who did he contact? >> that's a
is. the last spot on the list goes to espn commentator rob parker, the former detroit news coal imu.s. yesterday questioned the blackness of washington red skins robert griffin iii claiming he was not authentic. >> i keep hearing things, we all know he has a white fiance, talk about he's a republican. he's not really, okay. he's black, does the thing, but he's not really down with the cause. he's not one of us. he's kind of black. he's in the -- he's not really, like, the guy you want to hang out because he's off to something else. lou: espn suspended parker indefinitely, and to be honest with you, i think we would miss him, don't you? ambassador rice questioning contributics about false statements on benghazi, the a-team takes it up and more. doug shone, angela, join us next. lou: on a day of national tragedy, we remember another one. today is the two-year anniversary of the death of border patrol agent bryan terry murdered in a shootout on the arizona-mexican border. two weapons found at the scene were from the justice department's fast and furious, presumed his assaillants were s
or serious damage. there is no widespread threat of a tsunami in the wider pacific. good news there. rob mars yoen no is ciano is li you heard about this earthquake? >> as far as the tsunami is concerned, there's a few remote sensors out there, and we have not heard more than a couple feet about the wave that developed, that is gone. this is smaller than what happened in march of 2011. that was a mega thrust fault. this one is more of a reverse fault, so the ocean floor dives south. that's one of the reasons we didn't expect a huge tsunami. this area through here is where they saw one to five or six-foot waves. we are just waiting for reports to come in back here across the u.s., lower 48, rainfall pushing its way into the allegheny and atop the appalachians. chicago looking at a bit of rainfall there. will you break a record? talk more about that in a second. here is your front. another system moving across the pacific northwest that will bring in cooler air and tap some of the cooler stuff from canada. temperatures above average but will sink below average. 9 degrees expected in bismarck. s
was in the house at that time. and they were all saying the same things. well, i think rob english was here. he came later. of the fact of the matter is all the republicans back then were talking about what would happen in 1993, to the economy, if we were to do the so-called clinton tax hikes. well, we did them. and what did it get us? it got us 22 million new jobs. it got us a big surplus after the end of the clinton years. so just because they say it does not make it so. >> so we're waiting on this speaker john boehner's briefing from capitol hill coming up in moments from now. we're going to take that to everybody live. but i want to get you on the record before we go to ask you what's going on in the state of south carolina the senate shuffle going on with senator demint's leaving and nikki haley. down to tim scott, the first african-american senator since reconstruction. jenny sanford being on the governor's short list to replace him. out of those names, other names like mulvaney as well as a possible consideration. what do you think about a jenny sanford being put in to replace jim demint
in, all acceleration items and --. >>neil: when you say acceleration, they are robbing from the future, why are they doing that? because of higher taxes are coming? or what? >>guest: higher taxes are coming. they feel there is a good chance they will come. with higher taxes, if you kow next year will be higher tax rates than this year, what do do you? you accelerate income out of 2013 and put it through the tax code of 2012 so you pay lower taxes. some of these you could save large amounts of money. a lot of people are doing that and companies paying dividends ahead of time and accelerating bonuses so they are paid in december and not january, people are selling off their 401(k)'s and putting them in roth ira's that pay after tax income and stock options are exercised and an enormous number of items are moving this way and when we have had a tax rate increase in the future, you have seen the acceleration into the president and there is a big drop the next year and when we have seen the tax cut in the future, like 1981 or 1982 it caused a recession in the present. so you are
who has guns that they could steal, who doesn't, who they can rob, that is what larry pratt of the gun owner's association is concerned about here. you know, we have to monitor this closely to see if there's a crime wave in that area that takes place as a result of this. >> the information is public. they can get it anyway. seems like wow, it's made easy. >> easier and faster. >> yes, as i say, so many issues in this. freedom of the press and gun ownership and all of that. thank you so much. i appreciate it. if you are a fan of the group queen or maybe you like to watch bizarre video, stick around. sie? who do you think i am, quicken loans? at quicken loans, we'll provide you with myql mobile. this amazingly useful app allows you to take pictures of your mortgage documents using an iphone or android smart phone... so you can easily send them to us. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. ooh, la-la! omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you ca
's an american ideal and american dream. a very sick individual robbed 20 children, six adults of their american dream. i'd like to think that they are in a better place today. i take some solace in my faith that i don't understand the grand plan. that the good lord does. but what i will say is that we all believe that this was a senseless killing and tragedy. i hope we can learn from it. i hope those in newtown, connecticut, feel the warmth of the nation that is sending their thoughts and prayers to them, this day, especially as we look forward to the holidays in front of us we will all say a special prayer for those that have been lost so needlessly in this act. i hope our country can come together. i hope we can focus on the american dream and the opportunity for all children and all americans going forward. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields. the chair recognizes thea. oregon, mr. defazio, for five minutes. mr. defazio: i speak on the floor today, the republicans are in conference with speaker boehner, talking about and getting an update on the so-called fiscal cliff
treatment for the cruel disease that robs people of their memories. they claim that they are seeing promising results as they put it, including slight memory improvements among their test suspects. trace gallagher has more more more from our l.a. newsroom this afternoon. how does this work, trace? >> it's similar to a pacemaker for your heart, shep. only it's for your brain. they implant the device in your chest. two wires go up through the skin and into the skull and thin they go along the wiring of the brain. the natural wiring. then the wires deliver an electrical charge into the parts of the brain that you use for learning and for memory. here is a doctor, listen. >> what's exciting is our understanding of how memory works fits well with how this surgery might work. what we're hoping to see is improved memory and that people don't decline as fast as they would without the treatment. >> now, so far six canadian patients have gotten the implant and shown slight memory improvement. big time improvement when it comes to brainmen which is metabolism which is what use when you get alz
own members. at one point republican senator rob portman of ohio was called in to help mr. boehner in the arm-twisting department. but it was ultimately to no avail. he could not convince his own side. john boehner canceled the vote. then he put out a statement saying it's now up to democrats to figure it out. and then the house went into recess and house republicans started going home for christmas. >> mr. chairman, you're close to the speaker. you serve with him on the education committee. does this feel like defeat tonight, when he could not cajole enough votes out of his caucus? >> well, yeah. that's exactly what it is. and he understood it, and he said have a merry christmas, we'll see you after christmas. >> we'll see you after christmas. yes, this was a defeat. this was not how it was supposed to go, but that is what happened in just the past hour. joining us is luke russert, nbc news congressional correspondent. luke, thanks for being here on short notice. appreciate your time. >> what a story, rachel. happy to be here. i've never seen anything like this in my 3 1/2 year on
a man had been shot in the back and robbed of jewelry and money. investigators say the armed men ran out a window. the victim is expected to survive. >>> this morning prince william county police are searching for the man they say is responsible for a sexual assault in the woodbridge area. investigators say yesterday just after 3:00, a 15-year-old girl was attacked inside her home on echo court. we're looking at a composite sketch of the suspect. she told police a man resembling this suspect knocked on the door claiming to work for the cable company and asked for someone who didn't live there. police say he reportedly left but came back a short time later, threatened the girl with a knife, forced her into a bedroom where he sexually assaulted her. anyone with information is asked to call crime solvers. the number is 703-670-3700 or 866-411-tips. >>> 5:33. this morning we are following a situation where police believe a man has barricaded himself inside a home in adelphi, maryland. >> reporter delia goncalves is live near the apartment complex where officers believe they've cornered a sus
, they break into your cars and homes and they rob you and they commit violent crimes. now if we treated this as a health issue they wouldn't be doing that. you know. if we enabled a way for them to get what they need to manage their addictions, then they wouldn't have to rob and steal from others. to manage that addiction. >> bill: i -- >> i can't tell you how happy i am that you got the reference to the wire. i hope everybody got that because my favorite story line was when bunny opened up hamster dam and he set up an area for people to buy sell used drugs in this one area of baltimore and crime everywhere else plummeted. plummeted. i thought it was a really smart way to show just how bad and how futile that war on drugs can be in a city like baltimore. >> now although that piece of it was fiction it makes a lot of sense! it makes a lot of sense. because think about it. the guns that permeate our communities today, they're tools of the drug trade. that's all they are. because when i first started working undercover in
earthquake, and the threat of another tsunami. >>> and justin bieber's friends say hey, he was robbed by grammer voters because he did not get one nomination. we'll show you what they're doing about that. >>> but first, here's a look at today's "eye opener at 8." >> this latest quake of another reminder of how terribly vulnerable japan is to an assortment of natural disasters. >> major earthquake setting off tsunami warnings in that same area hit so hard back in march 2001. >>> 146,000 new jobs created in november. the unemployment rate dipped from 7.9% to 7.7%. >> president obama and speaker boehner have decided they are going to sit down and try and negotiate this out quietly and confidentially. that's the way we used to do it. >> while hospital workers who answered that controversial prank call has died. >> reporters are reporting she has committed suicide. >>> johnny manziel is the favorite to win the heisman trophy. >> the johnny football craze, i see myself as johnny manziel, a guy from texas. >> you're from texas, you know they love their football. >> as we say -- >> i never in
parking lot where workers are on break. they were videoed several day's by fox's own rob walchek, the detroit affiliate. as a result of what he found he brought it to chrysler's attention. 13 employees fired following chrysler's investigation. two suspended 30 days. all of them back at work. check this out. roll the tape. >> hey, guys, hate to be a buzz kill, shouldn't you guys building cars? the government spent a lot of money bailing you guys out and you're coming out here on lunch break drinking like this? where are you guys going, man? >> reporter: they got out but didn't essentially get away because they lost their jobs. two years later most are back, reinstated 30 days later. they were drinking out of paper bags and reportedly smoking marijuana. the jefferson north assembly plant in michigan where this was taking place, they were part of the auto industry that received what was collectively millions in taxpayer bailout money, martha. martha: interesting. good reporting. jamie, thank you very much. >> reporter: sure. bill: was that guy driving away in a ford mustang in the s
reid monday while rob nabors huddled for a second day in a row aide to speaker john boehner. no discernible progress toward breaking the fiscal cliff stalemate. mr. obama left that drama behind and told supporters in suburban detroit the fiscal cliff is serious business. >> if congress doesn't act soon, meaning in the next few weeks, starting on january 1st, everybody's going to see their income taxes go up. >> reporter: boehner and house republicans want to preserve all the bush era tax rates due to expire at year's end, shielding everyone from a tax increase. mr. obama wants to raise them for households earning more than $250,000 a year. he has so far resisted gop demands for spending cuts to health care or education. >> i'm not going to have a situation where the wealthiest among us, including folks like me, get to keep all our tax breaks and then we're asking students to pay higher student loans. >> reporter: even so, democrats worry mr. obama might cave to republicans, their biggest fear, the president will do what he considered in 2011, raise the eligibility age for me
is protected by a gun. >> basically, it will give you a sheet map of, hey, i won't go to this house and rob this house because they have gun, they can defend themselves. let's go target this house and break into this house. these people's lives are more in jeopardy. >> reporter: others have called for the paper to be prosecuted, likening the map to similar sex offender maps. an expert in new york state law disagrees with that comparison. >> the fact is licenses are issued in order to tell the world individuals are qualified to engage in a particular activity. >> reporter: qualified to engage in it, now for all your neighbors to see. it's important to note not everyone on the map owns a gun, just a list of everyone who has applied for and received a gun permit in the past. some permits belong to people who have a gun permit and died and meaning just because you see a certain address doesn't necessarily mean there is a gun there. >> a lot of privacy questions there. thanks so much. >>> coming up next, facing your future, the new app that lets you age right before your own eyes. do you like wh
seconds. >> espn suspends rob parker for saying that redskins quarterback is not black enough because he's dating a white woman and may be republican. and hold on a few seconds, i want to remind everybody exactly what mr. parker said. he's not real, he's black, but he kind of does the thing, but he's not down with the cause,'s not one of us, he's kind of black, but he's not really like the guy you want to hang out with. all right, charles, ready, steady go. charles: he went on to call him a cornball brother. and this thinking, i don't think that he should have-- first of all, i don't think they should have suspended the guy. this holds the black community back more than jim crowe laws, anything else, this is the most dangerous in the black community, not keeping it real has destroyed lives, resulted-- >> not behaving and thinking in a certain way, which this gentleman refers to as the black way of doing things. charles: being articulate, striving to do better, there are right now millions of black kids in this country who are afraid to show how intelligent they are and never develop into
to remember but i think we stole some of it from you, rob, at the time. >> i was essentially at the time i think haffs the last presidential campaign where one of the candidates talked about government management. then governor bush gave two speeches on management issues, one in nashville and one in philadelphia and they dealt with everything from the number of political appoint tees and the titetols all sorts of kind of more won key management issues and they were around the notion of the c.e.o. business type. in texas we did have the e-texas commission and it was a big initiative where we were looking at how do we become one of the better states around e.-dwovement government and there were a lot of volunteers around. that and so the e.-government. some of the proposals for the fund, the c.i.o., if i recall, rob, you had a study around that so we were stealing good ideas from anywhere and this one was originally yours. so it was really one part of it but it was the notion of can we make the federal government better, faster, sheeper through e-government. and at the time there was a belie
is in la joya at costco. >> we reported rob nabors, the chief's white house lobbyist on capitol hill in a private meeting with leadership staff said we are not moving on the debt seal, not moving on tax rates and entitlement savings. you have to do something. the "new york times" reported this morning that boehner and obama -- boehner has requested private negotiations with obama. i don't know what -- i am not sure why that's important at the that you can on the phone privately. they are looking for a way out they have signaled some private openness if they could kick it up to 37% instead of 39% if they get some entitlement savings they could sell. >> the president would get 39-6 for the upper income folks with doing nothing and no entitlement cuts by doing nothing? >> right. >> it would be a deal. you would guess the president would want some sort of package and wouldn't want to go over the cliff. it would be politically and substantively. this is what republican aids say. he has the chance to do something big. if he come our way i am not negotiating th
of the country they are subjected to the law. >> steve: you are saying if we went to britain and robbed a bank because we are from out of town we are okay. >> gretchen: he thought we should attempt to call kensing ton palace. we'll talk politics instead. a well known senator who surprisingly decided to resign and gave parting advice when he did. we are talking about senator jim demint. >> it didn't win in south carolina and the republicans that were eec lected run on limited government and less taxes. they shouldn't give in to that and the princele is wrong . the president doesn't have a plan. all it is is a political trophy to the left. we need to do what is good for america. taxing the rich is not going to help the middle class. >> brian: he has four years left on a second term. he's done more for the tea party movement. you talk about marco rubio and senator cruz in texas. >> steve: ram paul. >> brian: ram paul. i am stunned he would leave in a position of leadership and a go to guy to go to the heritage foundation. >> steve: the heritage foundation is a think tank and in the u.s. senate he
house, rob neighbors. what is his job? guest: behind closed doors, the staff members have a lot more influence because some of the budget issues are so minuscule and then the legislative issues have to be drafted in legislative language. when there are no cameras or microphones, the negotiators are really talking turkey about what concessions can you live with and how can i sell this to my based? he has to be an honest broker and he has to keep lwaks forget -- leaks from getting in the press or no one would trust him. he does not let things get in the press the next day. host: he has to go to the white house and say this is what they are saying, this is what they can deal with. guest: yes. in the past when the negotiations happened in 1990, it comes down to a few people in a room. this is not considered democratic by many rank-and- file. year from an independent senator sanders in vermont saying we have our own ideas but when we are up against a deadline and the clock is ticking, it often boils down to sometimes a group of eight, as in what happened in 1990. sometimes it might just b
it up front. i say that's an invitation for someone to rob the church. i say you should take the offering and walk its -- lock it up. i believe in concealing carry. i have a concealed and carry. when people have a concealed carry, somebody at that school might have been able to deter this. if the federal government wants to help the schools, they should give the funding. they need to fund -- every school in the united states should be funded with money from the federal government so there can be a full-time police officer on staff in every building in every school of the united states. host: on twitter -- president obama talk about meaningful action last night. on the washington post, they're asking what does that mean? the wall street journal has an opinion piece as well responded to the shootings in connecticut. herman is an independent caller in louisiana. what's your opinion? caller: when you have a gun free zones, you advertise to these mentally ill people that there's nobody there that is armed and nobody can stop them. an intruder with a gun. host: what would you do? c
-a-dope. >> maier reed is a signer and rob emanuel and a bunch of mayors across the country 37 hundreds of them. but what i said, time is not our friend on this. a all-out, hands on deck, aggressive campaign from december to january, we cannot mess around with this. >> i want to bring in rebecca peters, one of the arc 2ek9 ae texts of the gun legislation in australia. after the break. uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express by december 22nd for christmas delivery. trust duracell to power their donated toys? duralock power preserve. it locks in power for up to 10 years in storage. guaranteed. duracell with duralock. trusted everywhere. ♪ don't know what i'd do ♪ i'd have nothing to prove [ male announcer ] zales is the diamond store. save 25 percent off an amazing selection storewide, now through monday. >>> case of case by murderous rampage by disturbed and violent thugs the ability to assault weapons to kim and mooim, not just a few but 8, 10, 14, 35 people in just minutes, has been proven beyond any reasonable doubt. >>s that then, senator joe bid
committee, max baucus of montana. in the meantime, from this morning, a group that heard from rob portman and the director of the economic council gene sperling. we will show you as much of their remarks as we can until the portion with senator baucus gets under way. >> actually, they just give my speech. i would like to grow and not slow the economy. that is part of the answer to this. we may disagree on how we do it, but we are not going to get the fiscal house in order without having additional revenue, and that comes from growth. we also need to restrain spending, we need to do both. in washington, there is such a deep fiscal hole right now we cannot find it without both. again, we will have differences of opinion on how to do it. there are strong opinions on its sides -- on each side, both sides, but that is why we need a discussion today, why we need a successful outcome, not only to the fiscal cliff talks, but also to the longer issue of debt and deficit, and long-term growth. i was asked to focus on what might be possible in terms of possible tax reform. i know tax reform and heal
you. rob, invest in state we're in manufacturing invested in 20 states. my question goes to innovation funds which you brought it. at which stage are you focusing on? is it with respect to either extension or the startups? then on an execution basis, which the regional plan as far as international strategy? >> well look, i think it's for those of us who in the government job, would you want to be a bit like the classic economic look, is you want to look for where we're under investing as a country, or were we have too little capital as a country going to private sector, where because individual private actors do not feel they get the full benefit from those investments. but we as a country would be richer if there was more investment in those areas. and so i think one of the things that we are trying to look at is, i think the expressions become, where are the valley of death? mean, where are those places where in the innovative process for companies, where they are not able to get the capital they need, perhaps one of the gazelles, one of the fast-growing companies. and i think the ha
goes to rob one of these homes that they know they don't have guns, let's say something horrible happens, do those homeowners then have a lawsuit against the newspaper? >> you know, i don't necessarily think so. but i do think it would be smart for the homeowners and the gun owners to give notice to the newspaper that they fear for their security and their safety, that of their families and they would ask their -- the names and addresses be unpublished for purposes of safety. that's the minimum they can do at this point and ask for a written response from the newspaper. >> gretchen: very interesting. let's read the statement. this is from the journal news, the newspaper. the massacre in newtown, connecticut remains top of mind for many of our readers. our readers are understandably interested to know about guns in their neighborhood. we possibilitied the names and addresses of residents who are licensed to own hand guns through routine freedom of information law public records request. michael, that makes -- does that implicitly assume that anybody who owns a gun is going to go o
robbing peter to pay paul. we need americans to help the victims of hurricane sandy rebuild their lives. we also don't do it by eliminating programs that are critical to our economy and especially programs critical to our national security. this amendment includes a new provision that would prevent all funds within this act from being considered emergency spending. now, mr. president, can any one of us stand here on this floor in a straight face and say that the devastating effects of the largest atlantic hurricane in history isn't an emergency? the presiding officer: if the senator would suspend, the time for the vote has now arrived. mr. leahy: i would ask consent for two more minutes. ms. mikulski: i'm right here. mr. leahy: are you ready to vote? i will take 30 seconds. ms. mikulski: i ask unanimous consent that the gentleman be allowed to finish his statement. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. leahy: when they say it's not an emergency, look what happened in this hurricane. we lost 120 american lives. we lost 340,000 homes. we lost 200,000 businesses with sandy. if that
director. for those of you here who are noort boxing fans or don't remember sugar ray rob join, about 99% of the audience, he was pound for pound the greatest boxer in the history of the game. sugar ray robinson policy record, when i see her i say high sugar. >> i was wondering why you say that. >> one of my younger reporters overheard this one time and said to a colleague, god, is he old. it's a different generation, isn't it? i'm sorry. sugar. >> i'm glad you explained that. >> you were worried, too. it's terrific to be here. what a great panel. glenn hutchins is the founder of silver lake. he has been probably -- there's been no private equity guy who has invested in as much in technology and innovation. his -- he is a tremendous asset to drew fast at harvard. as a great advisor and harvard management committee, i guess, and his real claim to fame is he's the part owner of the bosston celtics. if we -- boston celtics. if we start to in any way -- we aren't achieving what we want, we'll talk about rondo today. glenn is really a great -- he's one of the smartest people i have ever met i
, emanuel cleaver, also of missouri, rob bishop of utah, raul grijalva of arizona for working with me to preserve the district of columbia world war i memorial. earlier this year in search for a suitable memorial for world war i, representative ted poe introduced h.r. 938, which would have nationalized the d.c. memorial by redesignating it as the district of columbia and national world war i memorial. . he made clear, however, that he wasn't focused on the d.c. memorial but his goal was a world war i memorial here. while i very much believe in commemorating all world war i veterans, i had to oppose altering the integrity of the d.c. memorial. the d.c. memorial was built with the blood and treasure of d.c. residents only, including funds from schoolchildren. more than 26,000 d.c. residents who served in world war i, the 491 who died, more than the number from three states, have their names enfwraved on the memorial. our memorial is deeply symbolic of historic and continuing concerns of this -- of district veterans, particularly our veterans who continue to serve without equal congressi
in spending reduction. if you carry that out -- rob portman did a study for all of us -- if you carry that out over a 10-year period, you have a balanced budget at the end of 10 years. the changes that lamar and i propose are changes that add up to trillions and trillions of dollars over time, because when you do something like this, you understand, compounding the fact that occurs here, 20 million more americans coming on medicare over the next decade. even the first year is only a trillion, the reforms over time, you really are making these programs solvent which is what most of us want to do. we do not want to kick the can up the road. what you are doing if we can move to this -- if we are in a situation where we are not jeopardize in the credit of our country, but we are solving this -- the issue that the market is talking about, which is the -- which lamar is talking about, which is the medicare fiscal cliff, which is not being dealt with. entitlement reforms are more -- by far than discretionary cuts, because discretionary cuts, we have to defend against those every month, whereas entitl
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